JLI Partners collaborates with many organizations worldwide to build evidence and serve as a knowledge partner.
JLI and Berkley Center for Religion, Peace and World Affairs at Georgetown University and the World Faiths Development Dialogue
Partners: UNICEF, Religions for Peace and Joint Learning Initiative on Faith and Local Communities
In 2020, partners launched a Global Multi-Religious Faith-in-Action COVID-19 Initiative, Faith-in-Action Guidance Documents and virtual ‘Mind and Heart Dialogue Training‘
International Partnership on Religion and Development (PaRD):
Knowledge Partnership and Workstream evidence support (three workstreams, gender equity, health, and peacebuilding)
KAICIID: Knowledge Partnership
- Establishing Platforms in Conflict Areas to Support the Mobilisation of Local Faith Communities
- Refugees & Migration: Local Faith Communities role in response and focus on children on the move and Eastern Europe
The role of local faith actors in humanitarian response Bridge Builders report published in 2020
E-course on Faith Sensitive Humanitarian Response: Mental Health & Psychosocial support
COVID-19 Response among Faith-based Health Organizations Survey
Christian Connections for International Health (CCIH) and the Joint Learning Initiative on Faith and Local Communities (JLI) are working together to identify unmet needs for support among faith-based health providers during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. This will be a monthly survey to see how needs change over the course of the response.
Faith Action for Children on the Move:
- Henry Luce Foundation: Religion, Refugees, and Forced Migration: Making Research-informed Impact in Global Policy Processes
- UNHCR Case Studies and Capacity Sharing Training: Role of Faith and Local Faith Communities in supporting refugees and the implementation of the Global Compact on Refugees